Jurassic Nest Cafe: 8.30am - 9.30pm
Food Hall: 11.00am - 9.30pm
(last order 8.45pm)
The latest addition to Gardens by the Bay’s dining offerings, Jurassic Nest is the first of its kind in Singapore. More than just a Michelin-rated and themed food hall, Jurassic Nest is also an edu-tainment and lifestyle destination for the whole family. Look forward to enthralling hourly shows daily as you enjoy Michelin-rated cuisines in the company of larger-than-life dinosaurs! There is also an educational trail that guides you to explore the surrounding gardens to discover fascinating facts about some of the earliest species of flora and fauna that existed since prehistoric times.
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What caused dinosaurs to go extinct? Was it a meteor that slammed into Earth, or volcanic eruptions that drastically altered the climate?
Follow this trail of prehistoric plants, including ferns, cycads, and spike-mosses, plus two fish species with ancient ancestry to learn more about the unique traits of these early plants and animals and why their continued existence -- and ours! -- is under threat.